Welcome back to the Bendigo Advertiser's central Vic golfers in profile series.
This week we caught up with Bendigo Golf Club's Bruce Duncan to talk about his love for golf and what has kept him coming back to the course for more than 30 years.
During his time he has played off single digits, made two hole-in-ones in addition to endless memories on the course with friends.
These days you will find him out on the course at Bendigo Golf Club sending big drives down the fairways and working on his game with the goal of getting back to a single digit handicap.
Name: Bruce Duncan
Home club: Bendigo Golf Club
How long have you been playing?: 34 years
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
Clubs: Taylormade driver 3 and 5 wood, Titleist irons and wedges with a Scotty Cameron putter
Favourite hole: Par-three 7th at Royal Melbourne Golf Club (West Course)
Favourite professional: Adam Scott
Favourite shot on the course: I really love hitting driver off the tee, especially when you hit it well it makes you feel like a superhero.
Best score: 72 (even-par) at Bendigo Golf Club
Best golf memory: Shooting even-par at Bendigo. Everything just clicked together: driver, irons and putter. I couldn't do much wrong that day.
Current goal: Get back to a single digit handicap.
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